Tests found toxins, including lead, in the soil beneath a Lambertville playground.
The Army Corps of Engineers plans to notch up jetties as part of a beach replenishment project, which recreational fishermen say will destroy conditions where they currently fish.
Former NJ Pinelands Commis. Ficcaglia says she was replaced because she voted against a 22-mile natural gas pipeline.
NJ Turnpike Authority cut down trees to widen the Parkway, Brick residents say quality of life has decreased.
Another round of flooding hit several areas of New Jersey after heavy rain fell Thursday.
Because the Seaside Park boardwalk is privately owned, its reconstruction has been delayed as property owners negotiate.
9 member board appointed by the governor, Sen. president and Assembly speaker are looking into NJ water quality.
Sewage backup next to the Port Authority's Bayonne Bridge project filled basements with more than 2 ft. of dirty water.
Two fires forced families to evacuate their homes, but the flames have subsided.
Because of an especially long and cold winter, plants are pollinating at once, generating more pollen than usual.
Earth Day is April 22 this year and there are many events throughout the state to celebrate.
After a warm spring weekend, a late frost covered newly planted pansies, green grass and rhododendrons.
Political leaders and environmentalists gathered to announce largest EPA cleanup.
John McDonough has agreed to allow the Army Corps to do a beach replenishment project on his properties.
Despite some local laws limiting or prohibiting the practice of keeping chickens on residential property, many in New Jersey have started raising the birds for eggs.